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Photographer Bill Hoenk Shares His Experiences and Thoughts About the Boston Marathon Bombings

This is first of two articles written by Mr. Hoenk about the Boston Marathon. This post was written one week after last year’s marathon, while the other was written yesterday after he photographed this year’s marathon, and describes how much of a healing experience this year has been. 

It’s been a few weeks now since that fateful day when life changed in the blink of an eye for so many of us.  Two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Patriots Day rocked this city and country to the core. Two explosions that I witnessed. Two explosions that I’m hoping will not haunt my mind every day for the rest of my life, and I know it’s a hope shared by countless others that bore witness that day of the destruction and anguish on Boylston street.

I’m not a war photographer. I’m not even a professional photojournalist.  I don’t work for a newspaper or a magazine. I’m not associated with any photo agencies.  I’m a fine art photographer and I wait tables on the side to pay the bills and support my passion. I love nature and life and I’m most at peace when I’m by myself, lost in the woods or barefoot on a beach with my camera capturing photographs of beautiful vistas and sunrises and sunsets. Anyone who’s seen my art would agree, I photograph pretty things.

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